In Monroe’s Motivated Sequence, the purpose of the Attention section of a persuasive speech is to ______.

  • call attention to the problem you want to solve.
  • call attention to the solution you’re proposing.
  • get the audience to pay attention to you.
  • help you pay attention to the silent cues your audience is giving you.
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